HABONIM DROR PERTH
Machane Tevel is Habonim Dror Perth’s senior Shabbaton style camp for years 9-12! Habo camps are a safe, open and inclusive environment where chanichim (participants) have the opportunity to learn about Judaism, Zionism, world issues and more while meeting Jews from all over the community!
Filled with educational content and fun & engaging activities, Machane Tevel will be an unforgettable experience that you won’t want to miss!
The camp will run from Friday after school until early Sunday afternoon at a campsite about an hour away from the Jewish Centre. Chanichim will be taken there and back on a bus from the Jewish centre. Due to Yom Kippur starting on the evening of the 27th, we will be back at the Jewish centre at 1pm to allow plenty of time to prepare for the chag.
Vegetarian, nut free and kosher meals and snacks will be provided every day!
If you have any question or concerns regarding the shabbaton, please contact Ruth Karotkin (Tzevet Machane).
Machane Tevel will run from the 25th-27th of September for years 9-12.
Drop off is on Friday the 25th at 4pm.
Pick up at the end of camp is on Sunday the 27th at 1:30pm.
Pick and drop off is at the Jewish Centre: 61 Woodrow Ave, Yokine.
If you are unable to drop off and pick up at these times, please contact Ruth on 0412388014
Signups close on Thursday September 24th.
No child should miss out on Habo camp due to finances.
If you require a subsidy or payment plan, or have any financial concerns, please contact our Gizbar (treasurer) Jaydon on:
m: 0433 577 734
If you are unsure if you are a 2020 Habo member, please feel free to contact Jaydon.
Sign up here to become a member of Habonim Dror Perth!
CAMP SIGN UP
Please note that all chanichim require a signed indemnity form in order to attend camp.
Download the indemnity form below, print it, and sign.
If you are unsure whether you already have an up-to-date indemnity form, please contact Tzevet Machane.
WHAT DO WE DO ON MACHANE TEVEL?
The camp begins on Friday afternoon, when we’ll bring in Shabbat with a Kabbalat Shabbat service and dinner, followed by peulot (programs) in individual year levels.
The weekend will involve a range of fun and educational activities including more peulot in year levels, as well as whole camp activities such as a hike, ever tarbut (culture / dares night), ruach (songs and dances), and more.
In true Shabbaton style, there will also be time throughout the weekend for chanichim to just relax and spend time with each other and their madrichim (leaders).
Habo has been working closely with the top medical professionals in the state, the AZYC and other youth movements to ensure that all decisions are made in the safest framework possible.
We, as Habo, understand that whilst WA is in a great position, social distancing and hygiene measures still remain in place and are of the utmost importance.
To provide a safe Habo environment therefore, our chanichim must be responsible enough to keep these rules, know not to attend if feeling unwell and comprehend the significance of the situation.
We are constantly regulating government changes to the COVID situation. We will let you know of any changes to the running of our camp.
PHOTOS FROM PAST CAMPS
Definitely do bring:
Clothes and underwear for each day
Jumper and warm clothes
Toothbrush, toothpaste and other toiletries
Bathers and a beach towel
Any medication that is needed
Definitely do not bring:
Any food with nuts
Meat (including fish and gelatin)
Please note: In order to maintain a safe and healthy environment for all chanichim on camp, Habonim Dror will confiscate the following items if found. If a chanich is found in possession of one of these items, we will contact parents to organise travel arrangements for them to be sent home. No reimbursement will be provided.
Other Illicit substances
Any kind of weapon, including pocket knives
Optional to bring:
Vegetarian, nut free snacks (may contain traces of nuts is ok)
A pillow if you want to use your own
Fitted sheet or flat sheet for the mattress (mattresses are an uncomfortable material to prevent bed bugs!)
White clothes for Kabbalat Shabbat
Camera or phone for taking photos (to ensure the best atmosphere, we discourage the use of phones of camp)